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The latest release from Chris Cornell
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The legendary performer celebrates a milestone 85th birthday with the release of DUETS II
Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Feb 2, 2010
Leslie Caron plays Gigi, a young girl raised by two veteran Parisian courtesans (Hermione Gingold and Isabel Jeans) to be the mistress of wealthy young Gaston (Louis Jourdan). When Gaston falls in love with Gigi and asks her to be his wife, Jeans is appalled: never has anyone in their family ever stooped to anything so bourgeois as marriage! Weaving in and out of the story is Maurice Chevalier as an aging boulevardier who, years earlier, had been in love with Gingold's character. Chevalier gets most of the best Lerner & Loewe tunes, including Thank Heaven for Little Girls, I'm Glad I'm Not Young Any More, and his matchless duet with Gingold, I Remember it Well. Caron's best number (dubbed by Betty Wand) is The Night They Invented Champagne while Jourdan gets the honor of introducing the title song. Filmed on location in Paris, Gigi won several Oscars, including Best Picture; it also represented the successful American movie comeback of Chevalier, who thanks to this film was "forgiven" for his reputed collaboration with the Nazis during World War II. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
Type: Article | Date: Wednesday, Jul 3, 2013
RIAA at odds with Billboard's rules on 'sales' of the new album
Type: Gallery | Date: Tuesday, Feb 5, 2013
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Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Dec 18, 2012
Who will be crowned the winner in tonight's final episode?
Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Aug 15, 2012
Amelia, Dareian, Chehon, George and Will talk to HitFix
Type: Post | Date: Friday, Apr 27, 2012
Review: Tribeca Film Festival debut of 'Zen' is as much about age as it is entertainment